(zä-rĕv′nə, tsä-)
1. The daughter of a Russian czar.
2. The wife of a czarevitch.

[Russian tsarevna : tsar', czar; see czar + -evna, feminine patronymic suff.]
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(Historical Terms) a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevna
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(zɑˈrɛv nə, tsɑ-)

n., pl. -nas.
1. a daughter of a czar.
2. the wife of the son of a czar.
[1875–80; < Russian tsarévna=tsar' czar + -evna feminine patronymic suffix]
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